2020 SUPERCROSS SEASON POINT STANDINGS AFTER ROUND 5
2020 SUPERCROSS SEASON POINT STANDINGS AFTER ROUND 5 IN OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA
The 2020 Oakland Supercross is over with and round five of the 2020 Monster Energy Supercross season is officially in the books. The track turned out to be technical and tough, but it held up well and made for some great racing. In the 450SX class, the points lead will remain the same with Ken Roczen holding onto it, although he did lose valuable points to Eli Tomac and Cooper Webb. In the 250SX West division, Justin Cooper lost the points lead to his teammate Dylan ferrandis. The next round of the series will be in San Diego, California, and it will be the last West coast round for a few weeks as the 250SX East division will be starting up. Click the link below for all of MXA’s coverage from the 2020 Oakland Supercross.
450 SUPERCROSS POINT STANDING (ROUND 5 OF 17)
The point standings will stay the same after the Oakland Supercross, but the numbers are changing as Eli Tomac and Cooper Webb both gained ground on Ken Roczen by finishing in front of him. Ken battled hard with Eli Tomac for the win and he wasn’t far off of Eli at the finish, but a determined and fast Cooper Webb was on a mission and he pulled up close to Ken in the final corners of the last lap. Cooper and Ken were side-by-side going into the final turn and Cooper dove underneath Ken, slammed into him and took the position and took second place. It was an awesome race to watch and the fans were going crazy on the last lap. Heading into San Deigo, Ken Roczen still has the points lead, but it’s down from eight to three points now.
250 WEST COAST POINT STANDINGS AFTER 5 ROUNDS
Coming into Oakland, Justin Cooper had the points lead in the 250 class. But after a rough night in Glendale at round four, and a third place in Oakland, Cooper’s teammate, Dylan Ferrandis has taken over the points lead. Dylan looked strong all day in Oakland, he passed his way up to the front on the first few laps and eventually found himself stalking Austin Forkner for the lead. Austin got caught up with some lapped riders and Dylan was able to gain on Austin and come up the inside of him to take over the lead. Now Dylan Ferrandis has a two-point lead over Justin Cooper and Austin Forkner sits only ten points behind Ferrandis in third.